Mr Wilson Chee, perhaps like many others, was not satiated with just watching his favourite performers over a drink at a bar. His gripe: few patrons would stop everything they are doing to behold the talent on stage, sending the live music into the backdrop with chatter and ongoings. In order to give these music… Read More
They are almost turning 10. If you did not catch them on TV, at Esplanade or at a local bar, their name would still ring a bell. They are a delight to have, though not in your stomachs, their name might tickle your palate. Presenting the Singapore Char Siew Bao.
Planned nicely by Maverique Events, Yumetori was invited to sing for Woh Hup’s annual Appreciation Dinner at Carlton Hotel for their subcontractors. Ian wasn’t able to make it that day so Sharon Nunis backed Ariel Foo up on piano that evening. When they acceded to the Shanghai Tang request, the guests gave them a standing… Read More
Bringing a series of old chinese classics songs, Insight “wow” the crowd with International diversity. Great songs transcend time and always able to capture the hearts of people. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1pW6sUm3Cfw] [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYtafpOKVSM] [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FvTWYCN7k_o] [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hg9ZWDdGZZo]
Candy and Mr Zhou were ready to fit into the oriental setting at One on the Bund, Fullerton Bay Hotel. Like a perfect match, the duo blended well with the furniture and decor, especially with the music they made with their er hu and yangqin. The guests at One on the Bund enjoyed their sumptuous… Read More
Pasir Ris-Punggol Town Council’s Appreciation Dinner was a hearty affair organised for ministers, employees, memebers and distinguished guests which took place at Orchid Country Club. The gathering’s entertainment was provided by Red Kite starting with our emcee, Charissa Seet. Clad in a simple black dress, Charissa was a bubbly host who took her audience through… Read More